Shifting Yasin to an isolated cell in Tihar jail deplorable: Mushaal


ISLAMABAD: Mushaal Hussein Mullick has condemned shifting Yasin Malik to an isolated cell in New Delhi’s notorious Tihar jail, which she said was an attempt to push him to the jaws of death.

Mushaal, flanked by Speaker National Assembly Raja Pervaiz Arshaf, expressed apprehension to the media that her husband could be silently killed because “Narendra Modi’s government was scared of the lion of Kashmir even in jail”. 

The Hurriyat leader said that Yasin’s activities were being monitored through close circuit cameras in the isolated cell, who has been awarded life sentence by an Indian kangaroo court in a sham trial.

Mushaal lamented that occupation authorities were using all brutal tactics to silence the voice of chairman Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front after their failure to buy his consciousness.

“The symbol of resistance is caged in a small isolated cell just to make him a psychological patient,” she maintained.

Mushaal said that level of brutalities of Indian fascist authorities could be judged from the fact that his mother and sister have been denied access to him in jail.

The Hurriyat leader stated that despite repeated requests neither she nor her 10-year-old daughter were allowed to see him for the last eight years.

She appealed to the international community, human right organisations and OIC to take cognisance of the victimisation of Yasin by the Indian government to ensure protection of his life as his life was in danger.

She also asked speaker National Assembly to raise voice for release of her husband Yasin Malik in international forums including written a letter to speakers of assemblies of different countries.


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